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announcer: now, abc 7 news at noon. on your side. >> a tragedy right before the holidays. police are in the middle of a death investigation after finding a body of a woman in northeast. ryan hughes is live for us. ryan what, are they saying about this? ryan: the police chief telling us someone in this street found
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it is still a very active scene. some three and a half hours later, police had the streets blocked off. investigators are flooding the street, searching for clues. this death investigation drawing a big response. this is all taking place in the river terrace neighborhood near 34th street northeast in clay treet. they have no idea she died or how long she's been out here. this neighborhood has been concerned for about three weeks now, ever since 53-year-old joni rockingham went missing. sharet and the name no one has seen her since thanksgiving. her sister tells me it's been a very hard and terrible three weeks. but she says it's too soon to say if it's definitely her. but he's calling it very suspicious. >> we're also looking into the possibility. we have not identified the person yet. but we're
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possibility that this is a woman who went missing, who was reported missing the day after hanksgiving. >> if it is her, it would help bring closer to the family and her children and to the community. but our prayers was we're trying o keep hope alive. ryan: she is very well-known. her family members and her neighbors are out here. police tell us the first thing is identify who this woman is. they're also hoping an autopsy gives them a better idea exactly how she died. that's the very latest. live in northeast, ryan hughes, abc 7 news. adrianna: d.c. police need your help identifying the people of interest believed to be involved in a shooting last night at a shooting. take a look at the pictures. that
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8:30 last night and one man was shot. he should be ok. these men may be involved. you know who they are, call police. now to our weather. and it feels a whole lot different outside now compared to a few hours ago this morning. wind chills increased and steve, it's only going to get a whole lot colder. take it away. steve: if you think it's cold out there right now, wait until larpe this afternoon and then as the evening and overnight hours and by gosh, tomorrow morning, much different story. look at temperatures this hour. 46 at leesburg and reagan national airport. cold front moving on through. it's a drizzle here and there but not expecting a whole lot. a lot of the moisture is not reach the ground and don't expect them to reach the ground. 3:00, 45 degrees. that is it. by 5:00 p.m., already
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lower 30's by 7:00. and the temperatures are just one part of the story. gusty winds are on the way. wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour. coldest wind chills of the season on the way later on tonight. nd our next chance for snow. adrianna: thanks, steve. well now at noon, the polls are open for the alabama senate election. so who will come out on top? republican roy moore who has been accused of sexual misconduct or doug jones who us he first democratic senator in it is now all in the hands of voters. >> both candidates are out voting today. >> this is an important time in alabama's history. and we feel very cold front of where we are and how this is going to turn out. >> roy moore and doug jones using every last minute of the campaign to
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at his drain the swamp rally, moore denied allegations of molesting teenage girls when he was in his 30's. >> any message to your accusers? >> it's not true. >> he made true to remained voters about the eight women who reminded moore of sexual misconduct and assault. >> we will expect our daughters. >> voter stunnerout could make or break this election. jones is depending on african-american voters. but he may get a surprising boost from some lifelong republicans in this deep red state. >> i am being loyal at its most courageous by saying i hold my party to higher standards than roy moore. >> other republicans say they cannot cross party lines and simply don't believe the accusers. >> but these are allegations and in america, i believe it still holds true that earn is innocent until proven guilty. >> when it
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historically know scomplow we could be waiting on the winners for hours before the polls close at 8:00 eastern. adrianna: well, we are seeing a close eye on everything coming out of alabama today. so stay up to speed with our free abc 7 news app. developing right now. a man behind that attempted suicide bombing at new york city's port authority bus terminal is facing serious charges including supporting an act of terrorism. this as federal authorities learn new details about the suspect and his past. here's abc's elizabeth huertas. >> 27-year-old a.c.c. -- akayed ullah still in the hospital with cuts and burns. according to police, ullah is the man seen here who detonated a homeland -- homemade pipe bomb draped to his body. it seriously wounding only the summit abc news, now learning more about what was inside
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law enforcement source says it was built from a 12-inch pipe, black powder and a nine-volt battery with a wire that came from a christmas light. >> the device is based on a pipe bomb. it was affixed to his person with a combination of velcro and zip tie. >> five other people did suffer minor injuries including headaches and ringing in in the ears but none life threatening and all have been treated and released. now, the search for answers, why and how a 27-year-old living a quiet life in the u.s. for seven years after immigrating from bangladesh became inspired by isis. a suspect with no criminal background and not on the government's terrorism radar. >> an increasing number of attacks followed by people who are inspired by what they see an lion and but operate separate or independent. >> among the charges f
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against ullah are five federal offenses including use of a weapon of mass destruction and bombing of a place of public use. adrianna: the search for two men caught on camera, stealing from a parked car in d.c. it happened last wednesday in the 1,300 block of connecticut avenue in northwest. you have any information about this situation or who those who men might be, call police. the ntsb is meeting to discuss owl ow the el faro sank two years ago. the ship was making a cargo run from jacksonville, florida when it sank knee the bahamas. all 33 crew members aboard that ship diamond. during the meeting, the ntsb will address safety issues like better forecasting and ship management. if you are headed to reagan national airport in the new year, heads up. a your construction project begins next month and it be likely cause some major traffic problems. john gonzalez is at reagan
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this. julie: this time of area at the airport, we're usually talking about curbside check-in. the ticket counters inside, the security lines. what we want to alert our viewers about a major traffic backup each day on the roads that could be occurring here on the roads that get you to your airline starting after new year's day. we're talking about a construction overhaul project that will run until 2021, but the outdoor work will run until july of 201. new details just released by airport authorities call for significant impact to traffic, starting next month while crews out here build new security check points, three crossovers and a commuter concourse that will eventually replace shuttle buses at gate 235-x. >> i end up using the other airports. >> you normally drive here. >> drive here, uber or take a taxi. >> i heard they're going to basically renovate th
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roadway outside and change the layout of the terminal. >> so you'll definitely be looking for metro to get you through? >> yep, yep, and lyft. hoping it won't confuse lyft drivers too much. john: urging travelers over the next year and a half to use metro if you can. now crews will be using two temporary lanes to try to ease so much that traffic congestion around here. but if you're going to come in or drive in, you may want to add some more time not arrival time. john gonzalez, abc 7 news. adrianna: coming up on abc 7 news at noon, progress made out west. the very latest as firefighters continue to battle powerful wildfires with their backs against the wall. plus, two men doing their best in grinch impemplings more on the mess they made in an attempt to steal one home's christmas joy. a check of traffic with eric cincinnati now. >> -- smith now. >> it is a mostly quiet ride.
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head into the capital beltway. that right transition lane has been blocked with a disabled veefpkt it may be clear now. nutley street into the beltway. beltway traffic nearby on route 7 is looking very quiet. same story up into maryland past river road. so the rest of the beltway, it's all looking very good for this midday. really no major issues. inside the beltway into downtown silver springs, this is southbound colesville road. that work zone is back again today. we got the right lane taken away and eventually two right lanes. they rich to the left side at spring street in the middle of the roadway. this work zone is back. this is also affecting outbound traffic as you can see going this way as we're looking northbound. show left lane is blocked there. southbound, two left lanes. that's all from the traffic center.
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adrianna: firefighters gaining ground in southern california. crews are making a last stand to protect some homes. as of last nights that fire was 20% contained on the flames have now scorched more than 350 square miles in just a week. and this afternoon, the city of san francisco was mourning the death of its mayor. ed lee died in the hospital. early reports indicate he may have had a heart attack at the grocery store. lee was san francisco's first asian-american hair and he was just 65 years old. the me too movement grows, mario batali is stepping away from his restaurant empire and tv show after allegations of sexual
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misconduct. here is more on this. >> cut that -- >> he's a world-renowned chef and restauranter to. appearing on the food network and daytime co-host of "the chew." but now, mario batali, husband and father of two is stepping away from his restaurant empire following sexual misconduct allegations from four unnamed women detailed in this report by eater new york. >> when the harvey weinstein first came out, people started coming to us with tips about various chefs throughout the restaurant industry and batali was one of those chefs. >> the complaints spanned two decades with all four women accusing him of touching them inappropriately. the article details of grabbing and groping and multiple times. three of the women allegedly worked for him in some capacity. just this past october, eater reports an employee filed the first formal complaint. he said he did not know the identities
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report, much of the behavior describe match up with ways i have acted. that behavior was wrong and there are no excuses. i take full responsibility and am deeply sorry for any pain, humiliation or discomfort i have caused to my peers, employee, customer, friends and family. batali and the restaurant management service company that oversees more than two dozen restaurants and where he has partial ownership had this to say. mr. batali and we have greed he will step away from the company's operations including the restaurants and has already done so. >> that is so delicious. >> wow! >> and on "the chew," he was absent from monday's previously recorded show. abc released a statement saying they have asked batali to step away from the show while they review the allegations adding why we are unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior, we will swiftly address any alleged violations of our standards of co
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certain circles of the restaurant world, batali was known to have a crude reputation. >> there were many people who spoke with us who didn't have allegations of physical touching but did speak to a general culture of abuse. >> and the nfl network has now suspended analyst marshall faulk, heath evans and ike taylor the former nfl players were all named in a lawsuit by a form nfl network employee who worked as a wardrobe stylist. maryland's legislature will soon start tracking down sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers and their staff members. state house across the country are confronting this problem head on. but they plan to update the policy to keep track of the number of complaints and how they were resolved. all right. here's a crime you don't hear about very often at all. the doors of a car in baltimore stolen in the middle of the night. the doors. well, the couple says when they woke up sunday morning, the two passenger side
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gone. and it didn't take very long the thieves smashed into the window and disconnected the batterys and minutes later, they were gone. with the doors. and some cases, the door parts can be worth more than the entire car. who knew? all right. this is caught on camera. a pair of vandals spot doing their very best grinch impression, trashing christmas displays outside of homes in atlanta. cameras were rolling as the two men got out of their car and started destroying the lights and other displays. no word on why they were in such a bad grifrpbly mood or if they even knew the homeowners of the homes. the jewish holiday of hanukkah twins at sundown and the festival of light runs eight nights. tonight, thousands will gather on the lips to light the national men ra. -- menorah. and the hanukkah dish, latkas, those are fried potato
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and steve, if they know what's good for them, they will bundle, bundle, bundle up. steve: i'm going to be there. i have multiple layers. and it's going to be cold come 4:00 or 5:00 but colder by 10 or 11:00 and super cold. tomorrow morning. adrianna: oh, boy. steve: let's take a look at what's going on out there right now. a little bit of snow in frost berg. -- frostberg, maryland for you. and looking at the snow out there and then the capital building, no snow for us. looking at temperatures this hour, 46 at reagan national airport. 42 at dulce. -- dulles. and oakland, maryland. we expect to it be cold but that's the colder air that's funneling in. now at 23 degrees. elkins, west virginia, now at 2. the winds are also beginning to pick up. these are sustained winds around 15-20 miles an hour over towards curl up land and harrison town. leesburg up to
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the gusty winds around the immediate metro area. give it another hour or two, you're going to hear it and you're going from to feel it. temperatures, plenty of cold air to go around off to the north and west of us. we are in the 20's. this cold air, it's here for about a day and a half and the winds are going to pick up later on today, through tonight and into early tomorrow morning. looking for a little bit of snow, head into central pennsylvania, west virginia. we may see a few sprinkles here and there but i'm not expecting a whole lot. nothing that will have an impact on your afternoon other than the colder air that's going to begin to filter in with a little bit of clearing later on this afternoon. here are our temperatures. well, just around upper 40's to around 50 degrees for a high. and then we start that tumble. 1:00, 2:00, and then into the evening. rush hour commute. look what happens by 5:00. already in the upper 30's. skies begin to clear. around the freezing mark by 7:00 p.m. forecast wind chills as we head
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into this evening. at around 5:00, feel like the 20's. teens throughout the west of us. 10:00 tonight, it does not get any before. it gets a whole lot worse. single digits and lower teens. we say cold overnight. wind gust up towards of 35 miles per hour with wake-up temperatures tomorrow morning that will be in the teens to lower 20's. tomorrow, it is a hat and gloves and scarf and heavy jacket kind of day. especially if you have to head out the metro stop. daytime highs in the low 30's. wind chill factors will make it feel about 15-20 degrees colder than that. light snow late tomorrow night into early thursday morning. we will keep you updated on that. and a good time to download your storm watch 7 weather app. here is your 10-day outlook. weekend looking a whole lot better. a little bit mild. temperatures will be in the 40's. next week, look at that. we have temperatures that will in the mid to upper 40's. close to 50 degrees.
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so our chances for the white christmas that we would love to see around here, keep those chances are dwindling. tomorrow is going to feel like the middle of january. so be prepared and make sure if you have pets, bring them indoors. adrianna: yeah. steve: check on the elderly and check your furnace and your fireplaces. a lot of problems those once people start to crank them up. adrianna: and your car battery. coming up on abc 7 news at noon -- >> it was a really awesome start to the school day for these students. and some very special visitors. i'll tell you why when we return. you might take something for your heart... your joints... or your digestion... so why wouldn't you take something for the most important part of you... your brain. with an ingredient originally found in jellyfish, prevagen is now the number one selling brain health supplement
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around fairfax county this morning to help children who have to spend the holiday in the hospital. suzanne kennedy was there when kris kringle surprised all those little kids. suzanne: for nearly three decades, this has been the tradition at fairfax county. it's called santa's ride. they collect toys to be given so ill children in the community at christmas. this festive team is going to eight local schools, police stations and government facilities to pick up the donations. this morning, santa and his trusted team started the work in annandale where the school collected more than 600 presents. >> these toys are going to children who are hospitalized and they realize the benefit that they have and the blessings that they have of their own good health. and they're more than willing to give to others. >> it's one thing to go out and do our knowing keep this community safe every year when we finally get to see the smiles on all the
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our hearts. suzanne: all of the toys will be handed out later this week and all the hospitals and at georgetown, lombardi cancer center. suzanne kennedy, abc 7 news.
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fall as they move through the late afternoon hours. highs tomorrow will only be just around freezing but the wind chill factors, single digits and teens. probably closer to 20 degrees downtown d.c. by tomorrow afternoon. but bundle up. the wind goes right through you. adrianna: it sure does. stay with us. more of abc 7 news at noon coming up next.
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adrianna: a live look outside. it's 12:31. if you're out and about today, you are going to need that heavy coat because the temperatures are taking a major fall. meteorologist steve rudin is there to take a look at the forecast. steve: if you head out the door, you say it's not super cold out there. but later on this afternoon and into the early evening hours, temperatures are really going to begin to fall. winds are going to increase. wind gusts up towards of 25, 35
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later on tonight and into early tomorrow morning. fronts moving through. we may see a few drops here and there. not going to amount to a whole lot and not going to cause any type of travel delays on the area roadways, at least not around the immediate metro area. temperature trend, look what happens. 2:00, around 47 degrees. notice what happens by 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. oh, boy. we are already in the 30's and wind chill factors will be in the 20's. talking about how cold it's going to be early tomorrow morning. how you're going to need to dress and we're looking ahead to the upcoming weekend. the last full weekend for holiday shopping, coming up in a few minutes. adrianna: right now, all eyes are on alabama and the senate election there. both doug jones and roy moore place their votes a short time ago and now it is up to the people to decide who will win their state. here is the race now at the finish line. >> overnight, roy moore emerging back on the campaign trail after five days away.
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wouldn't. that he left town the weekend before the election. >> i took proxly two and a half days -- approximately two and a half days to take my wife out of this mess and to let her relax with her son at west point. >> that mess, the alabama senate election. and allegations of sexual misconduct from eight women. two who say roy moore sexually assaulted them when they were teenagers. moore has denied the accusations. >> any message to your accusers? >> none of it is true. >> moore popping up in a new interview days before alabama's election day. the candidate sitting down with a 12-year-old girl. the video organized and posted online by a pro-trump group and the former alabama chief justice also appearing in his final rally with the president's one-time chief strategist steve ban nofpblet >> this is greater than judge moore, right if it's even greater than the people of alabama. >> then in savaging
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for not back more, including ivanka trip, who said she believes the accuser and there is a special place in hell for people who prey on children. >> there is a special place in hell. [applause] for republicans who should know better. >> at the rally, supporters telling me they simply don't believe the accusations. do you think eight women came together and had a conspiracy and all of them are lying? >> yeah. i do. >> why? >> because they wanted to bring down judge moore. >> all eight women who went on the record stand by their stories. >> moore's wife, kay l.a. also taking the stage and drawing attention with this statement. >> fake news will tell you that we don't care for twos. i want to set the record straight while they're here. [applause] one of our attorneys is a jew. >> kayla moore went on to say they also have friends who were
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jewish. >> doug jones. >> meanwhile, just outside of birmingham, democrat doug jones rallying supporters with the help of nba legend and alabama native charles barkley. sir charles going after roy moore. >> at some point, we got stop looking like idiots to the nation. he's playing to that base. the same people been holding us back for many, many years. >> jones telling voters to put decent and i alabama before political parties. >> we say no more to discriminating against those that are the least and fortunate among us. it's just time, folks, that we say no more. [applause] >> we are keeping a close eye on everything happening in alabama today. stay up to speed with our free abc 7 news app. incidence like the one at new york city port authority bus station has raised concerns that transit hubs across the country. now new high-tech gadgets to protect gus bust and train
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stations. david kerley is at union station now with more on this. >> homeland security is working on high-tech gadgets to spot terror before it happens. some may come out of the secure research lab near washington which we got exclusive access to. >> who would have thought pictures from a wi-fi? >> exactly. >> but it works. >> yes. >> the idea, that panels like this could be mounted in stations. you might not even notice them but those radio waves could highlight metal or liquid objects. >> it is taking advantage of signals that are very low to give off indicators of what you have in your bag, what you may be carrying under your jacket, things like that. >> this technology may be three to five years away, but changes, too, for something transit police across the country use right now like here in philly. >> what we have is a link to over 28,000 cameras. >> those cameras and video could take a sci-fi leap forward. d.h.s. is working on a computer
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video feeds to determine if a bag has been left unattended in a station. >> a computer will figure that out. >> yes. we want to make sure that we give these operators the information surrounding the circumstances of that bag being a there. >> those operators can rewind the tape to see who left the bag, even highlight the person and then search other cameras to find out where that person went. >> that video technology is already been tested at the metro here in washington. another tool to target the terrorist who is see train stations like this as a potential target. david kerley, abc news, washington. adrianna: right now d.c. police need your help offensiving the people of interest believe to be involved in a shooting at the minnesota avenue metro station last night. take a good look here sent out by transit police. one man was shot but should be ok. metro transit police do believe these men may be involved.
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to call police. happening tonight, the city of alexandria is honoring local heroes. they were among the first on the scene when a gun maenpaa opened fire at that congressional baseball practice over the past summer. at 7:00, alexandria city council will read a proclamation honoring the u.s. challis, alexandria police, fire and sheriff's office as well as virginia state police. we are learning more details now about the tragic death of a local high school student. dozens gather last night for a vigil in bethesda. police are still trying to figure out how did the die but he said foul place does not top be involved here. the night he went mission, police were called to his house, not too far from where his body was eventually found. >> caller is anonymous. there's an underage drinking party at this address. it is loud. there's a bonfire in the backyard. adrianna: about 15 minutes later, police say several kids ran off when they arrived. officers wer
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suspicious teen drivers in the area because they could be drunk. police say one possible scenario is that in a veed while trying to walk home from the party snell the woods and died of exposure. his home is about two miles from where he was found. a consumer alert. before you fill up at the pump. triple-a says if your car is designed for premium, use it. otherwise, you're probably just wasting your money. the group tested regular and premium fuel in vehicles designed for regular and found more expensive does not actually mean better quality. in fact, only some engines had noticeable benefits for your fuel economy and your horsepower. if you pay to check a bag on an airline in the last three months, you're nowhere close to being alone. $1.2 billion in baggage fees last quarter. those fees have been on the rise ever since 2010. in 2016, people paid more than $7 billion to check those
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coming up on abc 7 news at noon, his anti-bullying video was a sensation on the internet. but now his mom is under fire. we'll tell you why coming
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adrianna: now to keaton jones, the young boy whose tearful video about being bullied has now been viewed by millions of people, sparking a movement, athletes and celebrities all rushing to his side to show their support. but this now, there are new questions about online posts reportedly made by keaton's mother and she's responding. abc's t.j. holmes is here with more. >> i'm not
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happen. >> he's the brave boy from that heartbreaking video seen by more than 20 million people. innocent people find a -- are mean to. >> earning him invitations from celebrities and a slew of famous friends. >> he's a legend go. check him out. his name is keaton. >> but this morning, controversy is clouding keaton's message after social media posts some believe are from his mother calls a swift backlash from those who jump online to support him. >> we're not racist. people that know us know that. >> the tennessee mother's facebook account which posted the bullying video is now private. jones told abc news the photo of her family holding the confederate flag is real but says it's not racist in any way. >> it doesn't mean to be iron kicking and funny and extreme. i am genuinely and truly sor
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would. >> despite her alleged writing come to light, many are still standing with keaton saying they can separate the 11-year-old from his mother's reporting action. one saying we cannot hold kids accountable for their participates' actions. we were all moved by the effects of bullying and to end it. let's continue to focus on that. >> they want to hate my, and whatever, that's fine. but but still, talk to your kids. talk to your kids. because this is -- i've said this. this is an epidemic. >> at the center of it all, just 1/6 grader who wanted to share his message against bullying. >> don't let it go to the point for me. don't just ends and watch it happen. adrianna: an early christmas present for the staff at an
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genius stranger. the order was unusual at the five and diner but the tip was anything but usual. the tip was $2,000. the man left a message, please split the whole staff. merry christmas. that worked tout more than $200 each. >> it took a lot of weight off their shoulders. $200 makes a big difference on a busboy's pay or a cook's pay or a hostess. so $200, it makes your week. adrianna: the act of kindness has been contagious because other customers have stepped up with generous tips after hearing the story. and $200 does make a difference especially before the smoltz all that. steve: it's so nice. i love restaurants like that. the diner style places. comfort food. adrianna: yes. steve: we need that kind of food for this kind of weather. carrots and celery, nothing like that but something that
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you warm inside. it is going to get really cold around here in just a matter of hours. if you are going to be out and say you're leaving your house or your office place, let's say over the next hour or so, make sure that you have the schadt the scarf and the gloves or you're going freeze out there. this is going to will really, really cold. 46 degrees at dulles. 43 in la ray. western maryland, garrett county where they have snow right now. winds beginning to pick up. these are sustained winds 15-20 miles an hour. give it a little bit of time for the immediate metro and for southern maryland. but the winds will kick up later on this afternoon and into the evening hours. if you are going for the men nora lighting, it is going to be breezy and cold. coldest of the air off to the north and west. that arrives later on tonight. we do have a little bit of snow across parts of central and western pennsylvaniin
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around our area but not going to amount to a whole lot. nothing that's going tows ka any type of slick spots on the roadways, at least not for this afternoon and into the evening hours. your commute cast looks like this. high temperatures, upper 40's to around 50. we'll see temperatures by 7:00 dropping down to just around freezing. even colder yet by 8:00. here's our forecast in terms of those wind chills. 12:30 p.m. where we are right now, feels like the middle 40's. we can handle that. but notice what happens. 5:00, already in the upper 20's. by 10:00 tonight, feels like the single digits and lower to middle teens. wind gusts up towards of 25, 30, maybe 35 miles an hour off the west of us. wind chill advisories to the west of us. higher elevations and we stay very cold for the start of the day tomorrow and through the midday hours. forecast temperatures, waking up tomorrow morning, hats and gloves. the works. if you're going to be walking the metro stop or taking your dog out for a walk, or warming the car
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upper teens around 20 degrees with those wind chills are going to make it feel about eight to 10 degrees colder than that. day plarn for torches sweater kind of day. we will have sunshine. that will make it look better. daytime highs, air temperatures around the freezing mark. now late tomorrow night, maybe looking at a little bit of snow. light, light snow across portions of montgomery county, now into the north of montgomery. it is not lifting everything off farther off toward the north. and we could see only slick roadways come early, early thursday morning, mainly north and west of town. we'll keep you updated coming up on the abc news at 4:00 and 5:00 and 6:00 and at 11:00. 10-day outlook shows temperatures that will going to cool down. cold for tomorrow. around 33 degrees. middle 30's thursday and friday. temperatures moderate saturday and sunday into. the middle 40's by sunday. and if you're looking for snow this year for christmas around
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going to have much luck. temperatures into the end of next week, close to 50 degrees. but western maryland, you're going to be looking for a white christmas. adrianna: oh. steve: just not around here. you'll have to drive. get in a car. super cold out there. adrianna: driving. [laughter] thanks, steel. growing backlash over the golden globe nominations. five men are up for best director and not one women even though several are behind critically-acclaimed films. >> the most challenging thing that did in this entire movie was tone. the fantasy world to a period piece to a historical war context which was surprising reality with a little bit of pop. >> patty jenkins for "wonder woman." sofia coppola and kathryn bigelow. d. reese for mud bound. >> directors should take on material because they have
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tell a particular story. >> angelina joel and directors for "lady bird." women director who began with a ig no after the golden globe nominations were announced. they picked an all-male quinn telt. not a single woman nominated for best director. not a good look, golden globes. where is patty jenkins? where is dee reese? where is greta? asked melissa silver steen. calls for inclusiveness and behind the camera nominee is a new challenge for the globes which is a tv broadcast is as much as cocktail party featuring hollywood's leet as it is an awards show. in the wake of nominees, christopher nolan, steven spieer
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scott, the absence of jordan peele, director of "get out" has sparked criticism online. now the conversation figures to change. while the globes are chosen by foreign journalists based in southern california, wednesday's s.a.g. award nominees will have been chosen by some 2,500 actors, peers of those being nominated. their choices off carrying added meaning for those selected. but in a post oscar so white environment, those choices are likely to be scrutinized just as closely. adrianna: all right. listen up, girl scout cookie lovers. at last new breakfast creation coming out soon. some of the flavors will be available as yogurts. there's thin mint, peanut butter chocolate and caramel coke enough. for all of you purist, the peanut butter choke that is the
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adrianna: jimmy kimmel made his return at the late night with a special guest. >> i was out last week because this guy had a heart surgery. but look. he's fine, everybody. cheers and applause] >> he may have pooped but he's fine. adrianna: you could tell kimmel was trying to hold back tears from the moment he started his monologue. his son, billy, had a follow-up operation last week. next at noon, bundle up, d.m.v. is back with a final look at the forecast. stay with us.
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adrianna: all right. it is going to be cold tonight. steve: it is. and we're not talking typical middle of december cold. we're talking middle to end of january cold. so, bundle up. the cold is not here right now. but give it another three or four hours. we're looking at temperatures tomorrow only around 33. wind chill factors in the single digits and teens. download the storm watch
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